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Mill and Warehouses in Rascafría

Solid Scots pine wood

The timber extracted after felling is prepared at the sawmill in Rascafría. The Scots pine is the main forestry resource of el Pinar de la Belgas which, together with that of Valsaín, is regarded as the finest of this species in the Iberian Peninsula on account of its straight and premium-quality timber. The woods of El Paular, as they are known, are highly appreciated by builders, carpenters, cabinetmakers and artisans in the Sierra de Guadarrama.

 

CONSUMING WOOD
means INVESTING IN WOODLAND

El Pinar de los Belgas is a constantly-regenerating natural ecosystem. Tree-felling makes it possible to clear away mature pine trees whose life cycle is over. When the wood is extracted, new spaces are opened up, thus allowing the light in, while also leading the forest to become full of life again

El Pinar de los Belgas is a constantly-regenerating natural ecosystem. Tree-felling makes it possible to clear away mature pine trees whose life cycle is over. When the wood is extracted, new spaces are opened up, thus allowing the light in, while also leading the forest to become full of life again

This sustainable management model also delivers major socio-economic benefits. It generates employment in local towns and cities, it is the best way of preventing forest fires and also helps to curb climate change.

This is why the sawmill is now a reference supplier in the region. The Sociedad Belga promotes the awareness of local consumption, realising that it is one of the keys to the subsistence of the pine grove. Moreover, we strive to open up new markets thanks to the excellent properties of the Woods of el Paular.

CONSUMING WOOD
means INVESTING IN WOODLAND

El Pinar de los Belgas is a constantly-regenerating natural ecosystem. Tree-felling makes it possible to clear away mature pine trees whose life cycle is over. When the wood is extracted, new spaces are opened up, thus allowing the light in, while also leading the forest to become full of life again

El Pinar de los Belgas is a constantly-regenerating natural ecosystem. Tree-felling makes it possible to clear away mature pine trees whose life cycle is over. When the wood is extracted, new spaces are opened up, thus allowing the light in, while also leading the forest to become full of life again

This sustainable management model also delivers major socio-economic benefits. It generates employment in local towns and cities, it is the best way of preventing forest fires and also helps to curb climate change.

This is why the sawmill is now a reference supplier in the region. The Sociedad Belga promotes the awareness of local consumption, realising that it is one of the keys to the subsistence of the pine grove. Moreover, we strive to open up new markets thanks to the excellent properties of the Woods of el Paular.

Wood is a living material

A material for the future

 

Wood is natural, renewable, recyclable and reusable. It is flexible, versatile and is a living material capable of picking up or transmitting moisture and of regulating temperature in the environments in which it is present.

Wood is natural, renewable, recyclable and reusable. It is flexible, versatile and is a living material capable of picking up or transmitting moisture and of regulating temperature in the environments in which it is present.

A space designed in wood is an organic, clean, beautiful and comfortable setting.

Why use PdB wood?

Architects, carpenters, final consumers…

Because it comes from the finest Scots pine groves in the Iberian peninsula, that yield exceptional wood, and its extraction – a paradigm of conservation and regeneration of forest masses – has been closely linked to the territory’s rural development for centuries.

Nowadays, use of the wood from el Pinar de los Belgas continues to be crucial in the region’s sustainable development, promoting the generation of resources, fostering ecological employment and contributing to stabilising the rural population.

Why use PdB wood?

Architects, carpenters, final consumers…

Because it comes from the finest Scots pine groves in the Iberian peninsula, that yield exceptional wood, and its extraction – a paradigm of conservation and regeneration of forest masses – has been closely linked to the territory’s rural development for centuries.

Nowadays, use of the wood from el Pinar de los Belgas continues to be crucial in the region’s sustainable development, promoting the generation of resources, fostering ecological employment and contributing to stabilising the rural population.

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